Jose Mourinho insists he would be very willing to help forge a bright future for English football.
The FA and Premier League clubs this week agreed to work together to help improve the development of and opportunities for English players.
And Chelsea boss Mourinho is fully supportive of the Commission FA Chairman Greg Dyke will set up to help make this happen.
The Portuguese said: "I care, I care [about English football]. I want my players to be selected, to give everything for the national team. I would never say to a player with a small injury don't go, stay here, forget the national team.
"When the telephone rings and it is somebody connected with the national team I pick up the phone with pleasure. I want to help my academy. I want to support them. I want to give my little contribution to improve everything there to try to bring English players to the top. I care, I care a lot.
"The only match I want England to lose is England v Portugal. All the other matches I want them to succeed. I have three players there at the time but if I can have four, five or six I would like to have four five or six.”
Asked if he would be happy to sit down with Dyke to help the English cause, Mourinho added: "More than happy."
Jose Mourinho says he would cooperate with The FA for the future of the English game